Ariana Grande fica loura e abandona rabo de cavalo (pelo menos para uma capa de revista)

Por Angela Correa

Se Ariana Grande ficou conhecida no início da carreira, ainda nas séries da Disney, pelos cabelos vermelhos, a fase  do rabo de cavalo que começa bem no alto da cabeça tem perdurado há muitos anos.

Houve até quem dissesse que o penteado tornou-se preferido porque escondia um pouco das falhas no couro cabeludo.

Pois na edição de agosto da revista Elle norte-americana Ari, que recentemente ficou noiva de Pete Davidson, 'soltou' os fios. E ficou lindíssima.

O cabeleireiro Josh Liu ficou responsável pelo look, de fios louros e compridos. Mas é tudo peruca, viu? Ariana não abandonou sau marca registrada de beleza.

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A lot of mainstream top 40 types—those who, say, have a certain Reputation—are seemingly reluctant to take a political stance. The fear being, presumably, a loss of fan base and revenue. “That’s wild to me,” Ariana says. She is loud and proud in her anti-Trumpism and has aligned herself with gun reform and Black Lives Matter. The interviewer wonders if she’s gotten any backlash. “Of course!” she says. “There’s a lot of noise when you say anything about anything. But if I’m not going to say it, what’s the fucking point of being here? Not everyone is going to agree with you, but that doesn’t mean I’m just going to shut up and sing my songs. I’m also going to be a human being who cares about other human beings; to be an ally and use my privilege to help educate people.” Link in bio for our full August 2018 cover story with #ArianaGrande. . . ELLE August 2018 credits: editor-in-chief: @ninagarcia creative director: #stephengan photographer: @alexilubomirski stylist: @natasharoyt hair: @thejoshliu makeup: @patrickta

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It’s been almost a year since @ArianaGrande fled a UK terrorist attack that claimed 22 lives, injuring 500 more, at the sold-out Manchester show of Ariana’s Dangerous Woman tour. “When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe,” she tells ELLE during her cover interview. “I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always had anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down.” She shared the experience with her friend Pharrell Williams. Together they created “Get Well Soon,” the final track on #Sweetener. Link in bio for our full conversation with #ArianaGrande and her mom, @joangrande, on life after the Manchester attack, "loving a bit more fearlessly," and the importance of being an ally. . . ELLE August 2018 credits: editor-in-chief: @ninagarcia creative director: #stephengan photographer: @alexilubomirski stylist: @natasharoyt hair: @thejoshliu makeup: @patrickta

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